Great speech, strong perspective of equality. She is probably the only real equity feminist to come out of 3rd wave. She reminds me of Christina Hoff Sommers, Erin Pizzey and Camille Paglia. I think if more feminists actually cared and advocated for equality inclusive to men like all these said former/dissenting/controversial feminists, more regular men would be intrigued to join the conversation or *gasp* even call themselves feminist. But the majority of feminists consumed by traditional/mainstream misandric theory and internalised sexism keep the door closed tightly from inclusive equality. Like i said Cassey provides a faint glimmering hope of actual egalitarian values out of the dumpster heap of filth that privileged 3rd wave feminists consist of. The sad thing of what i mentioned prior is that the noted feminists that wholeheartedly want to include men and fight for mens rights/inclusion for equality are considered controversial, not by men or women generally but by their own feminist sisters. Hence why modern feminists have birthed the mens rights movement, there was never any effort to improve mens lives for equality, western/christain origin women were already much more well treated than in any other culture, men have historically sacrificed much to maintain such comfort. This womens vs mens rights absurdity (rather than equality) began after women gained more rights than men at the advent of 3rd wave and insisted for more while trying to systematically limit men from any social progess to equality . Feminists will demonise the mrm, but it is warrant to state that their actions and/or (lack of) were instrumental in bringing the movement about.